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Select name, is_published, is_subscribed, is_merge_published, is_distributor from sys.databases where is_published = 1 or. 1 2 use restoredbname sys.sp_cdc_disable_db
After restoring the database enable publication and remove it: In 2016, when this occurs, log_reuse_wait_desc now shows nothing.) the most worrying value is going to depend on what is likely to be the biggest problem for my environment:
In 2016, when this occurs, log_reuse_wait_desc now shows nothing.) the most worrying value is going to depend on what is likely to be the biggest problem for my environment: After restoring the database enable publication and remove it:
Go select name, log_reuse_wait_desc, * from sys.databases where name = ; Here is one of my earlier posts which has a script to shrink the log file of all databases.
Select the log_reuse_wait_desc name from sys.databases, where the name is : I run the following command to find out the reason the log is waiting to clear.
A description of the log_reuse_wait_desc states can be found here As you all aware sometimes there are situation will cause the log to be full if the ag database is out of sync.
Exec sp_repldone @xactid = null, @xact_segno = null, @numtrans = 0,@time = 0, @reset = 1. This spiffy little snippet will tell you why each database’s log file isn’t clearing out.
A log_reuse_wait_desc value of database mirroring indicates that this process is falling behind and cant process log records quickly enough. Log_reuse_wait_desc on serverb.dbb always shows replication this means replication is causing the log not shrinking problem.
Strange that we have some cdc been enabled and for cdc it is reporting the log_reuse_wait_desc as replication. If you see it containing availability_replica, that means an alwayson availability groups secondary replica is applying transaction log records of this database to a.
I Forced Removal Of The Replication (Must Have Been Caused During A Restore At Some Point).
If you run this query, the log_reuse_wait_desc option returns a value of replication, indicating the cause. Strange that we have some cdc been enabled and for cdc it is reporting the log_reuse_wait_desc as replication. Select name, log_reuse_wait_desc from sys.databases.
After That, I Was Able To Shrink The Log File.
The problem is we are not using keep replication or cdcs. In case the solution i gave in comment doesnt works try this : Lets again check the log_reuse_wait:
Dbcc Opentran Gives You The Traction That Is Blocking As Output Which In Your Case Is Following :.
Ok then lets see what is the ag status, is the xxxx database healthy and sync between the nodes? Select * from sys.databases and the log_reuse_wait_desc shows availability_replica, that means sql server is waiting to send log datato one of your always on availability group replicas. After restoring the database enable publication and remove it:
1 2 Use Restoredbname Sys.sp_Cdc_Disable_Db
Log full due to replication. Database from a 2008 instance restored to a 2012 instance. I would like to rephrase the sentence like this as size of the transaction log of a database which is in snapshot publication has been increasing and not able to shrink or truncate because log_reuse_wait_desc showing as replicationto work on this issue i google like anything every where i found log_reuse_wait_desc showing replication but replication…
Log_Reuse_Wait_Desc = Replication, Transaction Log Wont Stop Growing.
Problem is, i dont even have replication turned on. I have a database that has the log_reuse_wait_desc = replication. As soon as there are enough changes in the database that the current vlf fills up and the next vlf is activated, the next log backup should be able to clear the previous vlf and then the log_reuse_wait_desc.